About Us

We are Stranger Collective

Stranger is a creative content collective that gathers and nurtures the very best talents and ideas, to create words and deliver training that counts.

A cluster of partners, associates, freelancers and staff writers with decades of combined experience under our belt, we work differently. We’ve drawn together the top creative minds we could find to do things better; collectively pooling our talents, ideas, skills and knowledge to offer more to our clients, to reach higher and to produce great work.

Feeding

We keep our thinking fresh by feeding our creativity. Everyone we work with benefits from the space to create outside of client work. It’s about continually nourishing the parts of our brains that deliver those lightbulb moments so that we stay original, vibrant and ahead of the curve. It’s our commitment to encouraging creative space that drew us together and continues to pull the best writers, thinkers and makers to join the team.

Stranger People

From setting up magazines, editing websites, writing stories and creating brand personalities, to writing exhibition narratives, publishing creative writing anthologies, conceiving campaign concepts and running bespoke courses for national brands, Stranger Collective’s partners and writers have a colourful range of strengths and experience between them. Pooling our talents, contacts and expertise into the same ‘pack’ makes for a compelling team – see for yourself.

Have a browse through our work.

Get in touch if you’d like to chat about your project.

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Rubarb Rhubarb: What’s tech doing to language?

Rubarb Rhubarb: What's tech doing to language?

Copywriting for tech has got Phylly Feeding on language. Here’s her meander through the philosophical quandaries it’s thrown up.

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Content Catches

Content Catches

Content catches chosen by our work experience wonder, Lucy Hancock.

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Women in Taekwondo

Women in Taekwondo

Jujutsu fighting suffragettes, the #MeToo movement and slicing up stereotypes. Lucy Hancock feeds on the portrayal of women in martial arts.

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Amy Goodwin: Creative Breakfast

Amy Goodwin: Creative Breakfast

From lining traditional fairground wagons to adorning the walls of recording studios and exhibiting in London galleries: the return of our Creative Breakfast series saw signwriter A. Goodwin share her secrets round the table.

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